Chase cashback and HMRC

Hi,
If I had a chase account and used the debit card to pay my HMRC bill, will I be able to get 1% cashback?

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  • Martico
    Martico Posts: 912
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    No - tax payments (and government services in general) are excluded
  • MattMattMattUK
    MattMattMattUK Posts: 8,282
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    But remember that the cashback you get for everything else needs to be declared on your tax return...
  • Organgrinder
    Organgrinder Posts: 210
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    .MattMattMattUK said:
    But remember that the cashback you get for everything else needs to be declared on your tax return...
    Hmrc advise that it is not taxable as it is viewed as a discount on the price you are paying not as earnings so there is no need to declare it.
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